Crockpot Sausage Gravy Recipe

Crockpot Sausage Gravy Recipe

Crockpot Sausage Gravy Recipe – Are you looking for a delicious way to serve up biscuits and gravy during a family gathering, work potluck or pitch-in? This Slow Cooker Sausage Gravy is easy to make in a browning slow cooker or in a skillet and then transfer to a traditional crock pot to keep warm for up to 4 hours.

Hey y’all, GOODe Ole Boy here!

 As you’ll see in the video, we are all a little different in how we enjoy our biscuits & gravy.  Some folks like to top theirs with an egg or maybe even grated cheese.  I have a bit of a sweet tooth, so I like to drizzle a little raspberry jelly over the top of mine.  Ya might give it a try!
Growin’ up, my momma always made the BEST breakfasts!  She was master when it came to frying eggs, bacon, pancakes…and she knew how to make sausage gravy like no other mother.  As an adult who likes to cook, I always try to do as Momma Goode does in the kitchen.  Now that I’m married to a GOODe lookin’ woman who can CROCK it in the kitchen, I’m trying to merge the two styles of cookin’ together by fixin’ up some sausage gravy in our Ninja Slow Cooker.

Crockpot Sausage Gravy Recipe

Crockpot Sausage Gravy Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 lb medium sausage
  • 3 T flour
  • 2.5 C milk
  • Salt & pepper to taste

Directions

  1. Preheat slow cooker on HIGH or FRY setting depending on browning slow cooker or skillet if you have a traditional slow cooker.
  2. Brown sausage in browning slow cooker or skillet.
  3. Add flour and stir until sausage is coated in it.
  4. Stir occasionally until flour has cooked. (approximately 3-5 minutes)
  5. Add milk and stir until desired thickness of gravy is reached.
  6. Salt and pepper to taste.
  7. If using skillet transfer to slow cooker.
  8. Keep gravy warm in slow cooker on WARM setting for up to 4 hours.
  9. Now just ladle the gravy over your favorite biscuits.

NOTES

  • Now let’s say you have taken your gravy out and about to your pitch in and it has been on the “warm” setting for a while.  Gravy is a liquid, and liquids tend to evaporate under heat over time. (That’s how it turned from milk to gravy, after all)  If it becomes too thick for your taste, just add a bit of milk into the gravy and stir it in.  I’m probably go with no more than 1/4 cup to start.
  • We used frozen biscuits to have an almost homemade flavor. You can use canned or even make these yummy homemade ones in no time flat!
  • If you want to feed a crowd, feel free to double this recipe.

A big thanks to Mikey Goode for the great video and to Cris Goode for the tasty Crockpot Sausage Gravy Recipe.

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